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Dadavani Magazine:

If It Were Not for Pride, Liberation Would Be Attained Right Here(Eng. Dadavani Oct-2021)

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Dada Bhagwan Foundation
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
32 pages Saddle-stitched
Akramvignan, DadaBhagwan, ego, fearofinsult, Gnani, goalofmoksha, insult, liberation, Moksha, obstructions on the path of Moksha, pathofmoksha, pathofpurity, pride, Respect, tuberofpride

Through the grace of the Gnani via Akram Vignan, we have all attained the path of progress, but we will study, in brief, Dadashri’s speech about one cause that obstructs us on the path of Moksha, the inner enemy (kashay) of pride. While explaining the nature of pride, Dadashri says, “The extensive form of the ego is pride.” There is the constant fear of being insulted, and if someone insults him, then he gets angry with that person. From where does the tuber of pride originate? Pride itself is the main cause of worldly life. Why does this pride persist? It is because of believing the other person to be inferior, by contemptuously rejecting others. The Akram (step-less) path is the path of purity! The ardent prayer is that mahatmas receive and apply these practical keys which they may currently be missing out on, in order to recognize the nature of the inner enemy of pride, which obstructs the attainment of the goal of Moksha.

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